The Magic of Christmas Music
veryone loves Christmas music. Irene Robertson and I have been performing our own style of jazz Christmas music for years. With this album, we have compiled some of the most popular Christmas songs and we think you will enjoy them. The album has 12 songs with a medley of four traditional songs by Irene at the end. This is our second album and a reunion of the same team that created “Forever Young”. The name given this new album is “The Magic of Christmas Music”. This group of musicians have many years of experience and I would note that no music was used on either CD.The musicians involved in creating this CD are Irene Robertson on piano, Dick Carpenter on sax, George Drew on drums and Jack von Behren on bass. The recording engineer was Adrian Otterman and he was responsible for producing this album at his studio. This is a very nice recording and easy to listen to. To inquire call 476-6327 or email- email@example.com for information.
The Magic of Christmas Music
A HOLIDAY CD RELEASED BY DICK “CARP” CARPENTER
Rt 302 Between Barre & East Barre
is closing for the year,so we will not be having a Christmas Season.However, any Kissing Balls or returned Wreath Rings from 2012 will still be done byKaren Avery. You may contact her at 439-5595.Thanks again for another great year–
we’ll see you in the Spring!
-Jackie Abts & Staff
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This truckload of 30,000-pounds of food will be distributed throughout Vermont thanks to a $15,020 donation made by Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel and its generous customers. Pictured from left: Amanda Cashin, Marketing Director, Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel; Bobbie Jo Roby, District Manager, Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel; John Sayles, CEO, Vermont Foodbank; Todd McCarthy, Co-Owner, Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel.
Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Donates $15,020 to the Vermont Foodbank
On Saturday, October 26, Vermonters shopped till they dropped – and raised more than $15,000 to fight hunger.During the 4th annual Charity Sale, Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel and its customers collectively raised $15,020 for the Vermont Foodbank. Last week, Lenny’s co-owner Todd McCarthy pre-sented that donation to Vermont Foodbank CEO John Sayles.“What an incredible donation!” said Sayles. “We are deeply grateful to Lenny’s and their loyal customers for their years of partnership. Together we are ensuring that our neighbors have the food they need during times of great need.”Lenny’s customers were encouraged to make a donation to the Vermont Foodbank in exchange for a VIP ticket to the one day Charity Sale featuring exclusive storewide savings. 100% pro-ceeds from each VIP ticket sold went directly to the Vermont Foodbank. In addition to the ticket proceeds, Lenny’s also donated a percentage of the day’s total sales. This donation translates to 45,060 meals for Vermont children, families and seniors who experience hunger.“Our customers have astounded us once again with their gener-osity,” said McCarthy. “To date, we have now donated $33,431.04 to the Vermont Foodbank.”
People’s United Bank has pledged $50,000 to support Central Vermont Community Action’s capital campaign for its new facility in downtown Barre. Presenting a check to Hal Cohen, CVCAC’s Executive Director, are People’s United Bank staff: Annette Young, VP Financial Services Manager, Heidi Hook, Customer Service Manager, and Skip Poczobut, Senior VP Commercial Banking.
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